The Green Bridge of Wales & Elegug Stacks

Second on the agenda for our Sunday in Pembrokeshire was a trip to the Green Bridge of Wales and Elegug Stacks.

The Green Bridge of Wales is a natural rock formation found on the South coast and it is stunning!

The Green Bridge of Wales & Elegug Stacks in Pembrokeshire, Wales. - Amy Tinson Photography

We admired the views from and around the viewing platform, before walking along the coastal path. Although it was quite breezy, the sun shone beautifully and the scenery was b-e-a-utiful!

The eight of us worked our way along the cliff edge and came to the Elegug Stacks. It was hard to see the top of the rock formations through the layer of, what looked like, Guillemots which were nesting on the top. Although it wasn’t hard to miss the birds, as they were squawking away the entire time we were there. In addition to the seasbirds, we also spotted a seal bobbing the waves below. It was clearly a wildlife paradise!

My group and I were in complete awe of the wonderful views and various formations from the cliffs. There’s also nothing quite like standing in the wind on the edge of a cliff and simply taking it all in.

The Green Bridge of Wales and Elegug Stacks were a fantastic addition to our weekend. I bet they would also be brilliant to visit on a stormy day…maybe one for the future!

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